You are invited to join with Christians from across the Black Country on the evening of Monday 25th April 2022 at The Village Hotel, Dudley.
Christian Creatives are invited to be a part of Together Festival 22 to apply to perform on the acoustic stage, lead creative workshops or sell at the makers market!
Together Festival 22 is a multi-generational Christian festival to re-gather the Church of the Black Country, celebrate all that God is doing here, and imagine our future together.
Following the success of The Pursuit in November 2021, you are invited to another gathering on the evening of Monday 31st January 2022 at The Village Hotel, Dudley called The Pursuit: Part Two.
Almost 200 people of all ages gathered on Monday 8th November to commence a new chapter in our pursuit of the Next Generation in the Black Country.
Monday 8th November 2021, 8pm, The Village Hotel, Dudley.
The Theology Network invite you to join with Christian leaders from across the Midlands at a two-day conference to explore the issue of gender fluidity with the help of two experts in this field.
We’re happy to announce that we will be hosting our 4th regional Together Apart gathering on Sunday 9th May at 6pm, live on Facebook and Zoom.
We’re happy to announce that we’ll be hosting another virtual gathering for the region on Zoom on Sunday 21st February from 6-7:15pm called “Together Apart – The Gathering”, to include a video message from George Otis.
Tightening lockdown restrictions in two out of four of our Black Country boroughs have had an impact on the ways in which we can safely and legally gather people from across the region. Therefore, the decision has been made to cancel our Big Love Black Country Breakfast, due to take place on Wednesday 7th October 2020, 7-9am at The Village Hotel, Dudley.
2500 Black Country Christians gather to welcome the new decade TOGETHER.
We’ve been recording loads of Vlogs answering your FAQs over the last few months. You can access them all here.
A new song has been written especially for Together 2020 by international song-writer Chris Eaton.
No-one builds a house without giving very careful attention to the foundations, despite the fact that no-one will ever see them. A challenge to The Black Country Church for the decade to come.
You don’t have to be part of a Partner Church (or any church) to be invited to Together 2020.
Worship Leaders from across the region are joining forces for Together 2020.
All the info you need about getting to and from Together 2020.
A playlist of the worship songs being used at Together 2020 on 4.1.20 is now available on Spotify.
52 Churches have now registered as partners for Together 2020.
Open prayer meeting planned for Together 2020.